Query: Primary Sources for LGBTQ Jewish History

Colleagues,
I am compiling an anthology of primary sources for LGBTQ Jewish history, to be published in late 2018. The book includes over a hundred texts from Jewish communities around the world, from the time of the Talmud until 1969, aimed at both academics and a general educated audience. Many of the sources have never been published in English; I am looking for scholars to assist in translation (with modest compensation) for German, Dutch, Italian, and French.

New publication by member, Buddhism & Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources

Dear colleagues, 

With apologies for cross-posting, I wanted to let you know about a recently-published collaboration that includes several members of this list. This is a 730-page anthology (in all 62 chapters by 57 contributors) that introduces translations of texts about Buddhism and medicine covering much of premodern Asia:

 

NEW BOOK> Buddhism & Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources

Dear colleagues, 

With apologies for cross-posting, I wanted to let you know about a recently-published collaboration that includes many members of this list. This is a 730-page anthology (in all 62 chapters by 57 contributors) that introduces translations of texts about Buddhism and medicine covering much of premodern Asia:

Call for Submissions (Anthology) Girls and Women of Color

The National Girls and Women of Color Council, Inc. is holding open submissions for personal stories, poems, essays and other short stories to be featured in an upcoming anthology, Our Voices Our Stories: Advancing, Celebrating, Embracing and Empowering Girls and Women of Color. Editors, Dr. Julie Jung and Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth.

This anthology is a fundraiser of the National Girls and Women of Color Council, Inc., with all proceeds from the anthology going to the National Girls and Women of Color Council, Inc.

Call for Submissions (Anthology)

The National Girls and Women of Color Council, Inc. is holding open submissions for personal stories, poems, essays and other short stories to be featured in an upcoming anthology, Our Voices Our Stories: Advancing, Celebrating, Embracing and Empowering Girls and Women of Color. Editors, Dr. Julie Jung and Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth.

This anthology is a fundraiser of the National Girls and Women of Color Council, Inc., with all proceeds from the anthology going to the National Girls and Women of Color Council, Inc.

A Call for Article Submissions to the forthcoming anthology “Crossing Borders: Delineations of Space in Medieval and Early Modern Literature”

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Call for Publications
Date: 
September 30, 2016

CFP: Appalachian Eco Anthology

Please see the CFP below and contact them directly with any questions.

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Dear Colleagues,

We are currently seeking submissions and papers containing or relating to Appalachian nature and/or Appalachian Ecocriticism for an upcoming anthology. Currently, there are myriad anthologies on genre/area-specific Ecocriticism and nature writing; however, none of these center on Appalachia. This project hopes to fill that gap. 

Poetry, creative nonfiction, fiction, one-act plays, and ecocritical essays are welcomed.  

Call for Nominations for Reader of Articles in History of Science, Technology, and Medicine to be Translated and Published in Chinese

The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG) has initiated a publication project in which influential articles in history of science, medicine, and technology published in the last 25 years would be translated into Chinese and issued as an anthology. In turn, historians of science in Asia are selecting ten outstanding articles in Chinese to be translated into English and published by the MPIWG. It is hoped in this way to forge closer links among scholars working in the West and Asia. Both publications will be available in open access on-line, as well as in print form.

CFP: ALA 2016 Panel on Revisiting Anthologies of African Poetry: Texts and the Politics of Representation

CFP: ALA 2016 Panel on Revisiting Anthologies of African Poetry:

 Texts and the Politics of Representation

 

African poetry is no less significant a genre of African writing, even if it may not be enjoying as much attention as African fiction. It evinces remarkable innovation and is constantly projecting the capacity of the African creative imagination to adapt itself to the changing realities of Africa and Africans in the world. 

 

CALL FOR PAPERS: Race, Gender, and Power on the Mormon Borderlands

Mormon history lies at the borders between subaltern and dominant cultures. On the one hand, due to their unusual family structure and theocratic government, Mormons were a persecuted minority for the better part of the nineteenth century. On the other, Mormons played a significant role as colonizers of the North American West, extending their reach to the borderlands of Mexico, Canada, and the Pacific Islands.

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